dr-kwast Dr. Michael Kwast is a graduate of Michigan State University, and a Cum Laude graduate from Palmer College of Chiropractic West.  At Palmer he was awarded the prestigious Clinical Excellence Award, and was a member of the Phi Tau Delta honors society.  He is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.  As a child, Dr. Kwast suffered with migraine headaches and no one was able to help him until he found chiropractic.  The results he received motivated him to become a chiropractor and help others. 

He has written two books, 

Since founding iChiro Clinics, the clinic has been awarded the 2014 Better Business Bureau of West Michigan's Trust Award for Ethics, Grand Rapids Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year 2016, Grand Rapids Magazine's Best of Grand Rapids Chiropractor (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023), and the Talk of the Town Award (2010-2023).  iChiro was established as a Pro Adjuster Center of Excellence in 2019.  As a practitioner, international speaker, and author Dr. Kwast has helped thousands of patients realize a higher level of health and function.  Dr. Kwast is married with 4 children and loves to wake surf, hunt, and fish. 

  • James Joseph, DO, AAAM
    James Joseph, DO, AAAM

    Dr. James is a highly talented and progressive Board-Certified Family Medicine Physician with extensive experience in Advanced Aesthetic Medicine and Regenerative Medicine. A Strong background working in hospital and clinical settings. He is adept at communicating with patients, attending physicians, specialists, and nursing staff. Dr. James’ passion is implementing regenerative medicine as a first-line approach to health in an effort to minimize surgeries, and medication dependence later on.

  • Dr. Amanda Pratt, DC
    Amanda Pratt, DC

    Dr. Amanda is a 2009 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic. She knew she was being called to be a chiropractor when the debilitating headaches she had suffered with for 6 years went away with chiropractic adjustments. Dr. Amanda has a passion for helping families reach their optimal health. She and her husband have been married for 18 years and have 2 children together. She is an avid reader, loves to hike, go to the beach, and volunteers in her church's children's ministry. 

  • Dr. Holly Young, DC
    Holly York, DC

    Dr. Holly graduated from National University of Health Sciences in 2007.
    Her Journey to becoming a chiropractor started after she started seeing a
    chiropractor for sports-related injuries. Dr. Holly believes that to be
    truly healthy one needs a functioning nervous system and good mobility. A
    functioning nervous system and mobility can be obtained through regular
    chiropractic care. She believes that all people should be under
    chiropractic to obtain the best quality of life they can have. Dr. Holly
    and her husband have been married for 21 years and have 4 children. She
    loves reading and spending time with her family.

  • Dr. Mackensay Medlin, DC
    Mackensay Medlin, DC

    Dr. Mackensy started her career in healthcare as a student athletic trainer and athlete at Virginia Tech. She graduated from chiropractic school at Life University in 2017. She has honed experience working with all walks of life, from prenatal and pediatrics to intensive athletes and anyone looking to improve their body’s function and quality of life. Dr. Mackensy currently resides in East Town, Grand Rapids, and enjoys snowboarding, rock climbing, traveling, and live music in her spare time.

  • Dr. Wesley Disbro, DC
    Wesley Disbro, DC

    I grew up in Michigan, where I attended Central Michigan University before going to Life University in Marietta Ga. I found chiropractic when I was in high school, I was always running for something whether it was cross-country wrestling or track. I was a pole vaulter and I injured myself while competing to the point where I could hardly walk, let alone run. I tried everything I could to help it feel better but after countless doctor visits and no solutions, I turned to chiropractic, this was where I was finally able to get some answers. I began getting treated and after a couple of months of continuous care, I was able to compete again without any problems. If it wasn't for chiropractic care who knows where I would be today? This helped me decide to become a chiropractor to help those who may not know that there is a solution out there for you!

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    Benjamin Stevens, FNP-C

    Benjamin Stevens, FNP-C, is a certified family nurse practitioner. Heattended City High School in Grand Rapids before enlisting in the United States Marine Corps. After his 5 year enlistment, he attended CalvinCollege in Grand Rapids for his bachelor's degree in nursing in 2013. He proceeded to work in a variety of settings such as home health, theemergency room (ER), and the intensive care unit (ICU). He then attended Cedarville University in Cedarville, Ohio, for his masters degree in nursing, with a focus on family nurse practitioner. He has experience infamily medicine and regenerative medicine, working in clinics across Ohio and Texas. “I am excited to bring my experience in successfully treating hundreds of patients over several years with cutting edge regenerative medicine treatments.” He is happy to settle down in his home city of Grand Rapids where his family is from. He has a wife named Sarah and a 4 year oldson named Oliver.



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